Residence Garden

Address: Viale dell'Arte, 5A, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Rome


    A travel blog entry by dazndean on Jun 18, 2015

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... train in Rome... No biggie but annoying considering it was the first time anything had been on time. It was miles away on another platform and we arrived breathless and cursing (well I did anyway) as it left the platform. Then.... after realizing that "" hotels don't necessarily have a neon light flashing out front and are often just apartments within an apartment block we found "Le Sorrelle Lumiere's" (3rd floor buzzer) and endured ...

    All Roads Lead To Rome

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 17, 2014

    24 photos

    ... in continuous use since it was built sometime between 29 – 19 BC. The current form of the building however was likely finalized around 120 AD after the original was completely destroyed. Since the 7th century AD the building has been used as a church dedicated to St. Mary and the Martyrs and inside we found a very interesting combination of Roman influences as well as many things you would expect to find in a medieval church. One of the most fascinating ...

    Statues, paintings, and churches, oh my

    A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Sep 11, 2014


    ... review of Michelangelo's work which was so helpful in understanding this amazing work. Tour guides are not allowed. It is a sacred place. We were able to identify details you otherwise wouldn't recognize without that tutorial. His female figures are very large and muscular. Apparently he was gay. He must not have traveled the same streets as Caravaggio. However, it was interesting to watch the growth of Michelangelo over the ...


    A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Sep 01, 2014

    23 photos

    ... to the Spanish Steps. This was the first tourist attraction that Bronte was actually primed for, having learned about it in her Italian classes at school. I think she was excited to be there but oh-so-close-to-six year olds can play it pretty cool when they want to. A highlight for Bronte was finding a lost camera on the steps. What to do? For Bronte's civic mind, there was no question: find a cop and hand it over (what if the people were looking for it?). So, we picked ...

    Roma Day One

    A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... area, and found ourselves a little spot in the sun on a curb in front of a screen to try see the Pope while were in Rome. We got more than we bargained for! Papa Francesco came out in his popemobile! And not the little glass one, an open top one! The tv screen was just not going to cut it. We're at the Vatican. In Rome. And the pope is out. We made our way as close as we could to the front of the crowds. We could see him on the screens further up ...